We Are Here to Help You
Our mission is the driving force to help and serve those with hearing loss. We want to bring the highest value of communication to all hard of hearing and late-deafened people.
Our desire is to inspire and encourage the way we communicate and get back into society.
Our mission is to accomplish something that has never been done before. To help hearing disabled friends overcome insurmountable obstacles in a life-changing and effective way.
We offer training, strategies, and technology that will enhance your ability to communicate.
Your welfare to hearing better is very important to us. We deeply care about your hearing loss.
The mission of “let my people Hear, Inc” is to improve the quality of life with hearing loss degrees. This is accomplished by providing hearing rehabilitation and demonstrations on the latest technology and methods to enhance communication skills such as speech reading and captioning. There are ways to make speech visible for clarity.
Communications between hearing people and those with hearing loss world be challenging. They can range from awkward, frustrating, and full of misunderstandings and hurt feelings.
- We organized the non-profit organization 501(c) 3 not for profit in 2007.
- Later began the Lip Reading Academy as an alternative method to sign language. An eight-week training course to enhance communication skills.
- Started the Hearing Loss Rehab Institute, a one-day workshop on dealing with problems with Hearing loss.
- The Hear Now Café, now called the Hear Now Forum community, is a monthly get-together for peer learning and fellowship.
- Member of the DRIVEU Disability Social Awareness Group
- Member of the mayor's council on disability in Chattanooga, TN
- Member of The International Federation for hard of hearing. (IFHOH) We have attended two of the World Congresses.
- Member of the International Federation of Pastoral Care for Hard of Hearing People
- Member of the Hearing Loss Association of America
- Royal National Institute on Deafness (RNID) UK or Action On Hearing Loss
- Association of Late-Deafened Adults (ALDA)
- Org (Audio Visual Accessibility) provide captioning through the cell phone
Take control and plan for the future
The only way for hearing clearly in public places and houses of worship is to challenge these venues to become hearing accessible by adhering to the American Disabilities Act.
Prioritize your time and relationships
Life can be stressful. I want to give you the advice and tools you need to maximize your personal and professional relationships and how to give yourself the tools you deserve. Join the community and attend meetings.